The Dust Collectors are proof that sometimes what you’re looking for is right in front of you all along. After years of playing separately in different bands, the four-piece evolved organically, quickly moving from garage jams to song-writing in a matter of weeks.
Calgary, Canada folk-rock band, The Dust Collectors, make their debut with boot-stomping single “Take A Dive”. A song made for boot stomping and beer-spilling cheers’, leans heavily into sea shanty roots. Songwriter Luke Giblin drew inspiration from various stories of 1920s Irish immigrants in America – who made a living prize-fighting and sometimes fixing boxing fights through the Mob.
As clever in its storytelling as it is musically catchy, The Dust Collectors sing in their signature four-part harmonies through the song’s refrain: “Take a dive, take a dive, swallow all your stupid pride, now is not the time to be a better man. The song’s atmosphere is unique, the energy is amazing. The Dust Collectorst brings a great variety ofstyles to country music that keeps you coming back for more.
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